HCI – the domain and the Education –coming of age, expanding territory, and marrying new domains
Veer, Gerrit C. der
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Having developed academic HCI teaching in many countries, and being involved in professional societies from the start, we will show how the domain of HCI, and the related education, developed in different parts of the world, specifically in North America, Europe, and China. We observed local flavors
and differences that in the last decades gradually related, merged, and moved the original domain to broader areas of application and to a larger population of users. Usability was exchanged for experience, programming languages were replaced by service opportunities, interactive art, and cultural participation.
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Is part ofTendencias y nuevos retos sobre Docencia en Interacción Persona-Ordenador. Editores: Toni Granollers i Saltiveri, Juan Enrique Garrido Navarro, Rosa M. Gil Iranzo. Comité de Organización de la II JOrnada de Trabajo sobre Enseñanza de CHI (CHIJOTE’18), 2018. ISBN: 978-84-9144-117-5, p. 1-6
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